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Republican Party

Reaping what you sow

Ted Nugent, threatening to assassinate Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, to a crowd of thousands: Rand Paul, on the true meaning of the Second Amendment: Sarah Palin, Republican vice-presidential nominee, putting Democrats in rifle sights: Fundraiser for Republican Jesse Kelly, a few months before Gabrielle Giffords was shot in the head: Armed Trump supporters rallying…

Obligatory Mark Felt post

After a long couple of weeks learning how to live stream, I’m back on the animation beat. Usually I like to grab some event in history that has relevance today, and boy is the next video like holding up a mirror to 1972.

Grand Old Pre-existing condition

So, yesterday we were treated to the spectacle of psychopaths laughing and celebrating their vote to sentence millions to death. But the GOP might want to be careful. After all, psychopathology is a recognized mental illness, and thus a pre-existing condition. With voters across the spectrum opposed to Trumpcare, which is about to get a…

The Loch Ness Monster vs. GOP policies

Way back in 1933, someone got a picture of the supposed “Loch Ness Monster”, setting off decades of speculation about the creature’s existence. Personally, I’ve never seen it. But I’ll tell you this: the Loch Ness Monster is easier to believe in than a lot of Republican policies and tenets.

Guessing games

Inspired by the “Ten bands I’ve seen/one is a lie” meme that’s going around Facebook, and by two friends who riffed on it, here’s my take on the winners and losers in Trumpcare.